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Memory Harker

Such a well-spoken Lad if also an erudite Gentleman in simultaneity, and one whose Acquaintance would doubtless enrich the Second Lives, not to mention edify the primary Vocabularies, of all who Encounter him along the winding Roads and various Snakes' Hands in this Vale of pixels!

(Hammy, your Journal continues to highlight the many Individuals who might singlehandedly (or especially together) Improve the Lindens' diversely peopled Machine beyond the besmirchings of Griefers and other such digital malcontents. Take a bow, sir.)

*waves with furious abandon at Young Geoffrion*

Howdy!

Young Geoffrion

Thank you for your kind comments, Mr. Harker. So as not to perpetuate an embarrassing misunderstanding, I am properly a well-spoken lass, not a lad, even though I wear a man's jacket and trousers. And thank you, Hamlet, for this generous mention in your Diaries.

Torley

Classy talk, you can't beat that. I'm in awe of your manners, both Young and Memory!

I thus wish to wave with furious abandon as well.

I, too, heard about Second Life from New World Notes. Perhaps someday Hamlet should run a testimonials series following up on those who've come to SL via his active gateway. :)

Memory Harker

Ah, my dear Miss Geoffrion! My sincere apologies for the Blunder ... and I see we've been similarly Confused, then, for certainly the Avatar of yours truly is of a gender Equivalent to your own.

*blushes*

*bows*

*waves at Torley with even furiouser abandon*

Ishi Mirrikh

Ah, Madam Geoffrion!

I was rightly charmed to make your aquaintance on the fencing piste in Spangle http://slurl.com/secondlife/Spangle/188/180/31/ just yesterday. Your renown has spread before you; I am honoured that you should have shown me such mercy before your blade.

I shall look forward to visiting your fine domicile; for I note it truly is a beauteous addition to our world of numerologikal shadows, and quite in the spirit of your professed heroic inspiration, namely Messrs. Wren and Bramate.

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